The Apollo Healthcare Property Fund invests in high-quality, sustainable and affordable senior housing and care facilities that promote the well-being of residents and care providers. Institutional investors in the fund benefit from stable cash flows and low correlated, inflation-linked income returns combined with a significant social impact. Below you will find some key figures of the fund. These figures are updated quarterly. All the information below is broken down by color of the three sub-funds:

Updated: Q1 2024


This sub-fund invests in residential real estate with a healthcare/welfare component. Rental agreements are generally concluded with individual residents. Residents usually stay in these care and welfare homes for an average of ten years.


This sub-fund invests in real estate that houses several healthcare providers and institutions, such as general practitioners, a pharmacy, physiotherapists, dieticians and a blood lab. Investments can also be made in specialized clinics and medical laboratories. The lease term for this segment is typically 12 years or more.


This sub-fund invests in real estate that nurses and cares for people with extensive healthcare needs. The target group is often older than 75 years, but there are also young people with disabilities or health problems who need extensive care 24/7. The main tenant is a healthcare organization that concludes a rental contract for usually 15 to 20 years.


Properties in the Netherlands


Properties by subfund


Realised nursing beds


Gross floor area (m2)


Gross Asset Value (mln)


Current pipeline (mln)


GPR (average)

GRESB rating 2023

GREEN STAR – Real Estate Benchmark


EU EPC A-label or higher

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